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Hi, I need some help regarding the following passage.
If there were â€œbuffer zonesâ€ for wildlife protection around national parks, then it is possible that large mammals such as bears could have enough habitat to survive. But that is not soâ€”we allow strip mining and every other type of development right outside of national parks, with no restrictions. The conclusion is obvious.
From this passage I need help figuring out the following:
1. What conclusion the author intends readers to draw
2. What form the argument is in
3. Create another argument of same form with a true premise and false conclusion
4. Thinking of circumstances in which the premises of the argument could be true and conclusion false
5. Questioning the premises (i.e things that would be true if premise is true)